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Mar 17, 2013 1:30am PDT
for someone being targeted for bad views what happen to the first amendment." sjsu political law expert kenneth nuger says it is possible for the commander in chief to make an argument for using drones on u-s soil but it is the police who would more likely use drones on american soil. kenneth nuger/ assoc professor political science" " i'm more concerned about drones being used for surveillance than drones being used to kill people because the drones being used to kill people would be such a extraordinary rare circumstances and probably based on some really good evidence and probably reasonably justifiable."" professor nuger says the publics concern over drones are valid and no matter how drones end up being used in the future they will have less of a shock value because the technology will be less foreign. as most of you are aware in the last few days we have had some unusual warm, sunny weather. and many students have been taking advantage of it. we found out more about the possible reason for the weather change. ">>>maui ke: spring starting out like this, this is amazing. a professor
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